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The Century : a Popular Quarterly : Volume 0040, Issue 1 May 1890: The Century

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Title: The Century : a Popular Quarterly : Volume 0040, Issue 1 May 1890: The Century  
Author: The Century Company
Volume: Volume 0040
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, American Periodicals, Classical
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), The Century; A Popular Quarterly Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1890
Publisher: The Century Company

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Company, T. C. (1890). The Century : a Popular Quarterly : Volume 0040, Issue 1 May 1890. Retrieved from http://cn.ebooklibrary.org/


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Description: The Century Magazine was first published in the United States in 1881 by The Century Company of New York City as a successor to Scribner's Monthly Magazine.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Miscellaneous Front Pages pp. i-2 -- Washington. Archibald Robertson, and his Portraits Edith Robertson Cleveland, pp. 3-14 -- Washington. Some New Washington Relics William Armstrong, pp. 14-22 -- Washington. Some New Washington Relics Edmund Law Rogers, pp. 22-26 -- Washington. Original Portraits of Washington Charles Henry Hart, pp. 26-27 -- Twilight Song. For Unknown Buried Soldiers, North and South Walt Whitman, pp. 27-29 -- Two Views of Marie Bashkirtseff D., pp. 29-33 -- The Fallen John Vance Cheney, pp. 33-34 -- Friend Olivia Amelia E. Barr, pp. 34-47 -- Chickens for Use and Beauty H. S. Babcock, pp. 47-60 -- Since Amy Died Andrew B. Saxton, pp. 60-61 -- The Fighting Person Henry Ames Blood, pp. 61-65 -- Siberia and the Exile System. Blacked Out George Kennan, pp. 65-72 -- A Study of Consciousness H. C. Wood, pp. 72-77 -- The Women of the French Salons Amelia Gere Mason, pp. 77-95 -- Old Italian Masters. Andrea del Verrocchio W. J. Stillman, pp. 95-101 -- Fickle Hope Harrison S. Morris, pp. 101-102 -- A Decoration Day Revery Brander Matthews, pp. 102-105 -- A Night Scene James Herbert Morse, pp. 105-106 -- Theodore O'Hara Robert Burns Wilson, pp. 106-111 -- Institutions for the Arid Lands J. W. Powell, pp. 111-117 -- The Romance of Two Cameras Elizabeth W. Champney, pp. 117-125 -- Travis and Major Jonathan Wilby Richard Malcolm Johnston, pp. 125-134 -- I Vex Me Not with Brooding on the Years Thomas Bailey Aldrich, pp. 134-135 -- The Autobiography of Joseph Jefferson Joseph Jefferson, pp. 135-144 -- Valor and Skill in Civil War. I. Was Either the Better Soldier Theodore Ayrault Dodge, pp. 144-148 -- Valor and Skill in Civil War. Which Was the Better Army Charles A. Patch, pp. 148-151 -- Topics of the Time: The New Movement in Education pp. 151 -- Topics of the Time: Washington. Washington and Memorial Day pp. 151-152 -- Topics of the Time: The Lingering Duello pp. 152-153 -- Topics of the Time: The Churches and the Poor pp. 153-154 -- Open Letters: The G. A. R. as Seen from the Inside George L. Kilmer, pp. 154-156 -- Open Letters: Martial Epitaphs Rossiter Johnson, pp. 156-158 -- Open Letters: Buffalo Guard of Honor Charlotte Mulligan, pp. 158-159 -- Open Letters: The First Female College Harry Stillwell Edwards, pp. 159-160 -- Bric-A-Brac: The Evolution of the Dialect Poem Henry Tyrrell, pp. 160 -- Bric-A-Brac: On Joe Jefferson Telling His Story John L. Heaton, pp. 160 -- Bric-A-Brac: My Blotter and I Cora Stuart Wheeler, pp. 160-162

 
 



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